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Supreme Court: Failure of relationship is no ground for FIR for repeated rape when the woman had been willingly living with man for years.

Written By- Pretika Tiwari [Ansaar Mohammad v. The State of Rajasthan & anr.] The Supreme Court bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and Vikram Nath was hearing an appeal against the Rajasthan High Court decision wherein the court had dismissed the anticipatory bail plea of the appellant under sections 376(2)(n), 377 and 506 of IPC. The HC, in its order, had […]

Denying a child the right to prefer Anticipatory Bail through Section 438 of CrPC violative of Article 14: Bombay High Court

Written by Vidisha Mathur In the case of Raman Mundhe s/o Prakash Mundhe and Another v State of Maharashtra before the Bombay High Court, the Bench constituted by Justice S.V. Kotwal and Justice B.P. Deshpande observed that the Juvenile Justice Act had no provisions regarding anticipatory bail and hence, a ‘child’ or ‘child in conflict with law’ can apply for […]

The term “sexually explicit” under Section 67A IT Act not limited to sexual intercourse; will include nude video: Bombay High Court

Written By- Pretika Tiwari [Esrar Nazrul Ahemad v. The State of Maharashtra] The Bombay High Court refused to grant anticipatory bail to a man for forwarding a married woman’s nude video. The court observed that such an act comes under the ambit of the term ‘sexually explicit’ under Section 67A of the IT Act, 2000. The defense, in their submission, […]

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